Cite this page: Atypical reserve cell hyperplasia. PathologyOutlines.com website. http://pathologyoutlines.com/topic/cervixcytologyatypicalreservecellhyperplasia.html. Accessed April 27th, 2017.
- No cytoplasm seen (Mod Pathol 1995;8:786, Acta Cytol 1978;22:305), because cells are easily damaged in smear process
- Cells in pairs, clusters or rows, with nuclear molding often present
- Isolated naked nuclei are prominent
- May be considered a variant of SIL (Tavassoli: Tumours of the Breast and Female Genital Organs, WHO, 3rd Ed, Vol 4)
- Degenerated cells